In this work we address the studies of enhancement in diamond growth on Ti-6AI-4V metal alloy by modifying the surface using the excimer laser ablation technique, prior to deposition of diamond. Ti-6Al-4V is chosen for its technological importance in aerospace industry, dental and bio-implant applications. Analysis of the structures of the film is done using X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy and Raman spectroscopy. Ablation of the alloy by excimer laser pulses produces periodically hill/valley structures on the surface, thus increasing the density of diamond nucleation and film adhesion. The roughness of the alloy surface was measured to be in the 0.5μm – 1μm range with an average distance between peaks of the hill/valley structure measuring 1.5μm.